Remember the ‘Haynes Baked Beans’ astronaut ad? Here’s the 2014 World Cup version which illustrates Germany’s road to the final against Argentina:
Argentina’s Alejandro Sabella forgets about gravity for a moment during Saturday’s World Cup quarter-final match against Belgium.
Mexico fans at the World Cup in Brazil use the name of Argentina’s star player, Lionel Messi, to trick some Argentinian girls to chant with them. A simple, but fun prank.
Street trials master Danny MacAskill takes his bike skills to the forgotten town of Epecuén in Argentina…
VH1′s anti-bullying commercial features kids singing a cover of Gloria Gaynor’s ‘I Will Survive’, with lyrics changed to fit the ad’s message: the nerds you bully today will be your bosses tomorrow.
A field hockey game between Germany and England at the Women’s Hockey World League Final in San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina, was briefly interrupted by a dog who wanted to get in on the action. That and a belly rub.
An Argentinian dog scores a goal with a header on the back post and then celebrates like he just won the World Cup even though he was clearly in the offside position. Bad doggy! :)
Expecting dads can now feel their unborn babies kick with Huggies pregnancy belt. Huggies inventors worked with the ad agency Ogilvy & Mather Argentina to create a belt that replicates baby’s movements from mom’s belly to dad’s belly – in real time. Unfortunately, for fathers-to-be, the belts are not likely to be put into production and sold to the public.
Apparently this man is trying to protect his car from hail that hit the city of Mar del Plata, Argentina, by swimming breaststroke on top of his precious baby. It’s either that, or he went full loco.